February has been the month of the classic as far as Nokia are concerned. Earlier in the month Nokia were proudly showing off a trio of new Classic (which basically refers to the candy bar form factor) mobile phones in the shape of the 2700, 6303 and 6700 Classic. Now, the trio has become a quartet with the announcement of the Nokia 6720 Classic. The successor to 6220 Classic, the 6720 has a spec list that would be more at home on an Nseries mobile phone.
The 6720 Classic features a 5.0 Megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, usually reserved for Nseries phones, with Autofocus, a powerful flash, digital zoom and video capture at 15 frames per second. Despite the impressive camera credentials the 6720 classic still sports pocket friendly dimensions measuring in at just 110 x 45mm, 14mm thick and just 110 g in weight. With theses miniature measurements, you’d be forgiven for thinking the 6720 Classic might be a slouch in other departments. Not a chance though, the 6720 Classic is much more than just a camera phone. HSDPA connectivity gives you high speed web browsing and downloads, the built in GPS receiver features support for Assisted GPS which uses a network connection to get a satellite lock even quicker, Nokia Maps 3.0 offers an excellent SatNav experience and all run incredibly smoothly on the Symbian operating system.
Don’t worry though, the 6720 isn’t all work and no play; an MP3 player with support for a wealth of video and audio formats, 3.5 mm audio output jack, FM radio, Bluetooth v2.0 and TV output are all included to help make the 6720 Classic a capable multimedia phone.